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Pedroza After Fifth Landaluce

Veteran jockey Martin Pedroza aims to join elite company when he rides Woebegon in the $100,000 Landaluce Stakes for 2-year-old fillies on Saturday.

 

Pedroza has won the race four times, one behind Hall of Fame co-leaders John Longden, Laffit Pincay, Jr., Bill Shoemaker and Eddie Delahoussaye.

 

Pedroza, who turns 46 July 20, guided Woebegon to an impressive maiden score at five furlongs in her first start June 26 for trainer Peter Miller.

 

Pedroza won the Landaluce in 2006 for Miller with Pinata following three in a row for Brian Mayberry with Garden Gal, Fluttery Danseur and Zealous Connection, respectively, from 1990-92.

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